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We discovered a new fossil species of horseshoe crab (and named it after David Attenborough)

By Russell Dean Christopher Bicknell, Post-doctoral researcher in Palaeobiology, University of New England
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Between 250 and 200 million years ago, a whole host of bizarre horseshoe crabs had evolved in two distinct groups. Only one of these groups survives.

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